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* In computer networking a variety of statements can be made by a user to acquire authorized access to a resource.
 
* In computer networking a variety of statements can be made by a user to acquire authorized access to a resource.
 
* The distinction as to [[Authentication]], who a user is, versus [[Authorization]], or what that user is permitted to do, is no longer helpful.
 
* The distinction as to [[Authentication]], who a user is, versus [[Authorization]], or what that user is permitted to do, is no longer helpful.
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* NIST has recognized that there are multiple metrics for the quality of statements about a user in their third update to
  
 
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Revision as of 12:15, 15 June 2018

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A statement by or about a user is a claim. If there is some corroboration of the claim, it is called a verified claim.

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  • In computer networking a variety of statements can be made by a user to acquire authorized access to a resource.
  • The distinction as to Authentication, who a user is, versus Authorization, or what that user is permitted to do, is no longer helpful.
  • NIST has recognized that there are multiple metrics for the quality of statements about a user in their third update to